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  • 2015 IVP Summit - Tao Blog

    Director Urges Prioritization of Injury and Violence Prevention

    In this Letter From the Director, NWCPHP's Tao Sheng Kwan-Gett, MD, MPH, explains why health care systems should prioritize injury and violence prevention in light of health reform.

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  • Hot Topics September 2015

    Did You Miss the September Hot Topics Webinar?

    Watch the September Hot Topics, "Evaluating Injury and Violence Prevention Initiatives," available now.

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  • WAPH Update - March 2013

    Where Are They Now? We Are Public Health Partner Update

    Oregon’s Crook, Deschutes, and Jefferson counties discuss their collaborative efforts to improve emergency preparedness in rural areas.

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  • 2015 Injury and Violence Prevention Summit Slider

    Injury and Violence Prevention Summit Keynote Speakers

    What will injury and violence prevention look like in the twenty-first century? Keynote speakers will examine this question at a one-day summit held November 13.

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  • Lifetime Achievement Award Carl Osaki

    Lifetime Achievement Award Profile: Carl Osaki

    Carl Osaki has dedicated nearly 50 years of service to the field of public health, providing training and evaluation support to agencies across the world.

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